Webinar: Employee Engagement

DATE: Tue, Dec 17, 2019

TIME: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm EST

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Employee engagement is one of the most significant challenges and the employer will face. Poor supervisor / manager-employee relations affect productivity and can often lead to unnecessary employee complaints and investigation which can result in a Department of Labor claim or an employment practice civil rights complaint filed against an employer. These issues are time-consuming and costly. This program is designed to provide supervisors and managers with some common-sense engagement tools and strategies on employee engagement.

Program Summary
• Identifying challenging employees
• The psychology behind challenging employees
• Characteristics of problem employees
• Identify workplace behaviors
• Workplace conflict resolution
• How to deal with difficult employees
• The manager’s role

Joe will present for 60 minutes regarding the above topic. We devote the remainder of the time to Q&A and information regarding BASIC’s Service. BASIC’s webinar is approved for 1.0 HRCI and 1.0 SHRM-CP advanced credits for HR professionals worldwide. Credits are for live attendance only.

Presented by Joe Aitchison, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CHRS
Joe is Vice President of BASIC, an HR Technology Company, providing employer solutions in the area of human resources and benefit administration. Services include payroll, unemployment, COBRA, FLEX, FMLA, and HR outsource services. In his current role, Mr. Aitchison is responsible for regulatory compliance and is BASIC’s resident expert on employment practice and benefits. He provides guidance on HR best practice to BASIC’s 15,000 clients nationally. He is a known frequent national speaker at conferences, presenting on “Employer Best Practice”, FMLA, Health Care Reform/ACA compliance, employee benefits, and employment related federal regulations and risk management.

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